18 November 2013

I'm in!

Today I was confronted, nay accosted, by Dux Homunculorum who challenged me to duel.  The format? The Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge!

After considering my poor modelling and painting output this year (for which I consider I have a somewhat reasonable excuse), I have agreed and matched his challenge of 500 points.  At this end of the challenge that seems like a shed load of figures, but with my Bolt Action Red Devils force taking shape this will be a good start and indeed a great incentive to follow through on the project.

So along with the list of blogosphere giants (or perhaps the simply infamous) of previous years - including the Angry Lurker, Ray, Tamsin the Wargamer Girl, Michael A, Alan H et al  - we now enter the fray!

Now to see what kind of a side wager the Dux and I can come up with...

No idea what I'm talking about?  Have a look here:
http://analogue-hobbies.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/lets-go-fourth-annual-analogue-hobbies.html?showComment=1384753801163#c6822367942053829980

14 comments:

  1. Good luck mate. 500pts is a good objective .
    cheers

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  2. Look forward to seeing your project grow.

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  3. Good luck Sir, may your bristles stay sharp!

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    1. He will need it. Mhwaahhh hahah ha.

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    2. Beware fellah - I paint better than I play!

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  5. Good to have you on board mate. Best of luck!

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  6. good to have you join in the chaos

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  7. Welcome aboard! This should be fun. I'm looking forward to watching you two slug it out.

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  8. Should be good fun, just make sure you've got lots already undecorated!!!

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  9. Welcome aboard the good ship Insanity. Start priming now...

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  10. 500 points that's 250 15mm minis, good luck. I seem to late this time but might use the idea for my own behind the scenes motivator.

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  11. Good luck and have fun !
    500 pts sound serious but manageable.

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